Laminar Research, creator of the X-Plane flight simulator franchise, has announced the latest update to X-Plane 10… version 10.50
Over the years it has always been the policy of Laminar Research to continually improve X-Plane, providing the most realistic flight simulation available, with flight modeling so accurate that has been adopted by numerous commercial aviation organizations. Now with the release of the latest update, X-Plane 10.50, Laminar has raised desktop flight simulation to a new level of realism.
The updates in version 10.50 are too numerous to list, but they can be found in their entirety on the X-Plane website at: http://www.x-plane.com/?article=x-plane-10-50-release-notes
Major features of the 10.50 update include:
Hundreds of new detailed 3-D airports… now with auto-placed static parked aircraft.
New U.S. city autogen for more realistic scenery… with buildings scaled to their accurate heights.
Greatly improved Baron & King Air aircraft and 3-D cockpits. Global winds aloft files.
Better AI (artificial intelligence) with virtual aircraft traffic.
Added support for auto configuration of the Control Pad and Xavion Mobile Apps.
Improved appearance of clouds.
Better randomization of AI parking spots.
Drastic improvement in the speed of the UI.
Ability to steer certain guided weapon systems with the joystick.
Better animated effects (prop, etc) in replay mode.
Frame rate and other performance improvements.
… and numerous bug fixes.
About Laminar Research
Laminar Research is creator of the X-Plane franchise of flight simulators, including X-Plane 10, the latest desktop version. X-Plane 10 is available in both a consumer version, as well as a FAA certified professional version. Laminar also offers X-Plane versions for both the iPhone and iPad, as well as other mobile systems.
X-Plane’s flight model, scope, versatility, customizability, and 3rd party add-ons make it the ultimate flight simulation experience for Macintosh, Windows, and Linux platforms.
For more information on Laminar Research and X-Plane visit the X Plane 10 Homepage .